CephRes is proud to have served the COST Action FA1301 – CephsInAction


We are committed to continue the legacy and facilitate further outcomes

Founded in the 2011, the Association for Cephalopod Research ‘CephRes’ is a non-profit organization guided by the belief that promoting cephalopods has values for science, knowledge, culture, art and society.

We focus on cephalopods, a case-study for Science and Society

CephRes promotes the scientific progress through education and advanced training of young generations with the aim of supporting the study and the dissemination of knowledge about all aspects concerning cephalopod mollusks. i.e., cuttlefish, squid and octopus.


Registration has extended to December 19,  2018

Cephalopod Biology and Care 2018

Guidelines launched at the FELASA SECAL Congress in Barcelona June 2013

FELASA accredited course on cephalopods as laboratory animals (FELASA 062/18F)
in compliance with Directive 2010/63 functions: A, C, D


CBC 2018, 11-15 March 2019, Barcelona (Spain)

CBC Training Program and CephRes is pleased to announce the fifth edition of the Cephalopod Biology and Care Course. CBC is a Function A/C/D course according to the EU Directive 2010/63 (article 23.2), accredited by the Federation of European Laboratory Animal Science Association (FELASA).
CBC training program is the first and the sole course operating in Europe with FELASA  accreditation, specifically and exclusively designed for the cephalopod molluscs in compliance with Article 23 and Annex V of the Directive 2010/63/EU.


   The official language of the course is in English

Registration extended to December 19, 2018!